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Check out CHEV NEWS  for regular posts on what’s happening in and around the college…


REMEMBRANCE DAY 2019
Monday 11 November

The 2019 Remembrance Day service will commence at 10.45am on Monday 11th November at the Moss Vale Soldiers Memorial, corner of Yarrawa and Argyle Streets.

This year’s guest speaker is Wendy Tuckerman MP, Member for Goulburn.

Bob McLaren
President
Moss Vale RSL Sub-Branch

BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR ‘OUR GALLERY COMMUNITY DAY’ AT RETFORD PARK!
SUNDAY 17 NOVEMBER

Bring your friends and family and come celebrate our new Southern Highlands Regional Gallery at the old dairy at Retford Park, Bowral

10-4pm Sunday 17 November

Hear Ben Quilty share the exciting plans for the gallery, help Natalie Miller create a large scale interactive wool weaving, take part in painting, printing and weaving workshops by Ink Brush and Willow, or see local artists work plein air in the beautiful Retford Park open gardens.  

The old dairy will come alive with performances by Mahalia Barnes, Michelle Cashman, Trinity, Angus Murray and friends.

Enjoy Billy Chan’s Dumplings, Wandering Woodfired Pizza, Pines Icecream, A Van Called Delilah, and bars courtesy Tertini Wines and Southern Highlands Brewery.

Tickets are limited so BOOK NOW at https://ourgallery.eventbrite.com.au.
Adults $15 Concession $10 Family $35

To become a Foundation or Business Supporter… VISIT OUR WEBSITE


MSC NEWS – NATIONAL REDRESS SCHEME

In an important step forward for those who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse, the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart have now been formally declared as a participating institution under the National Redress Scheme.

Read the full article in Chev News, Tuesday 29/10/19

 

Chris McDermott
Principal

CHANGES TO NSW ROAD RULES

As of September 26, motorists no longer need to slow down to 40km/h when passing emergency vehicles whilst travelling on higher speed roads (with a speed limit of 90km/h or more). Instead, motorists will be required to slow down safely to a speed that is reasonable for the circumstances.

This change has come into effect to improve safety as it is more difficult to reduce your speed to 40km/h when travelling at higher speeds.

However, motorists must continue to slow to 40km/h when passing stationary tow trucks, breakdown assistance or emergency vehicles displaying flashing lights when travelling on lower speed roads (with a speed limit of 80km/h or less).

Motorists must also provide sufficient space between their vehicle and the stationary emergency or breakdown assistance vehicle and must change lanes if it is possible (and safe) to do so.

More information about these changes can be found here


Find things to do and support when you need it – Our Local

  • Services 
  • Events
  • Creative Arts
  • Sports & Recreation
  • Work & Volunteer Education

With over 16,000 listings online right now, Our Local was built in response to your and your peers asking for an easy way to find local and state-wide opportunities, activities, services and events. Check it out today…   Download A5 PDF here…   VISIT www.ourlocal.nsw.gov.au


2019-2020 SWIMMING SEASON at MOSS VALE
Starts Friday 18 October at 6pm

The Moss Vale Swimming Club invites members old and new to join us for the 2019-2020 season.
At Moss Vale Swimming Club we aim to promote swimming as a fun, healthy activity for all ages and swimming abilities with members racing to improve their own personal best times.

Our season will start on Friday the 18th of October at 6pm and continues every Friday night during Term 4 2019 and Term 1 2020.

Swimmers can register to join the swimming club on any of our race nights.
The cost for the season is $40 per person or $100 per family – not including pool entry.

Contact Kirrilee at kirrilee.bracht@gmail.com for more information.


Teaching Opportunity in Nepal

Some remote schools in the Gorkha region of Nepal are looking for volunteers to assist teaching their staff and students English.

Some remote schools in the Gorkha region of Nepal are looking for volunteers to assist teaching their staff and students English.

Ever thought about sharing your teaching skills with a disadvantaged community, travelling in the Himalayan mountains?

After our family experience in 2017 some schools in Nepal have been in touch with us looking for further assistance.

Some remote schools in the Gorkha region of Nepal are looking for volunteers to assist teaching their staff and students English.

This is an authentic experience (with a direct contact, no agency involved) in a small community and could suit either an individual or a family group.

If this sounds like something that appeals to you or any of your friends, please get in touch with me and I would be more than happy to share more details of this amazing opportunity.

Namaste

Dave Johnson
da.johnson@tsc.nsw.edu.au

Head of Extra Curricular Programs
The Scots College Sydney


ESSENTIAL EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING

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We are a well-established not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting people with a disability. Our offices in the Illawarra and across NSW offer a variety of programs including life and employability skills training and employment services.

www.eetgroup,com.au
Freecall: 1800 634 728
Phone:  1800 NDIS2U
Email: info@eetgroup.com.au


TIME TO UNPLUG AND RECONNECT

There's more in you than you know...

There’s more in you than you know…

Outward Bound Australia is an independent, not-for-profit outdoor education organisation that exists to empower people to discover, develop and achieve their full potential as individuals and future leaders. The Navigator program uses the wilderness and adventure based activities to build integrity, responsibility, resilience and compassion in 15-17 year olds. The core outcome is Striving To Be The Best You Can Be.

For more information or to register online go to http://www.outwardbound.org.au/courses/navigator/

We have also released some excellent footage of some of the activities undertaken on our programs: http://on.fb.me/1EchHhQ

Click here to view current youth program dates and fees.

www.outwardbound.org.au     1800 267 999

 


PROTECTING AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN ONLINE

Australian children, parents and guardians have a place to report serious online bullying following the official launch of the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner…

Read the full media release  | For more information visit:  www.esafety.gov.au


IS IT A SAFE PLACE FOR KIDS? – A guide for parents…

Office of the Childrens Guardian

From The Office of the Children’s Guardian… 

As a parent or carer you play an important role in making sure your kids are spending time in places that are safe. This guide will help you look out for ‘child safe’ places.

Download the guide…   |   Visit:  www.kidsguardian.nsw.gov.au


FREE interactive online learning courses by Black Dog Institute

MindStrengthPoster_BlackDogInstituteBuilding good mental health in young people…

Black Dog Institute in partnership with nib foundation are proud to announce the availability of three new interactive online learning courses about mental health.  These resources have been designed to support Black Dog Institute’s HeadStrong School Curriculum Resource for teaching about mental health.

Download flyer for details…
To access the courses, please go to:  www.blackdoglms.com
For more information, go to:  www.headstrong.org.au

 


MSC Mission Outreach Newsletter

missionoutreachPlease view or download the latest newsletter online at http://australia.mscmission.org/mission-outreach

 

 


Private Vehicle Conveyance Subsidy_NSW Transport_flyer

When school is a long way from home…

When school is a long way from home

Transport for NSW provides a subsidy for eligible families towards the costs of driving students to school…

Visit transport.nsw.gov.au/pvc to find out more…

 

 


 

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